Whaddya do when you have a punnet of not so fresh blueberries and two frozen bananas from before Christmas? Why, you make banana and blueberry muffins of course!
Not really knowing what to do with these two odd bedfellows, I did a Google search and found a spot-on recipe for banana and blueberry muffins on Taste.com.au. You can find the recipe here. The bananas looked scary when I thawed them, because they went from stiff and yellowish to black and floppy, but the banana inside was perfectly preserved and in a suitably mushy state to mash for muffins.
These muffins are absolutely delish, especially when they are still warm. They are also packed full of goodness, as in addition to the banana and blueberry, they contain oats, honey, yoghurt and grated apple. This is quite a sneaky way to get your kids to eat something that is good for them without them even knowing! They also smell great while cooking, filling the kitchen with a sweet cooked banana aroma.
I have frozen half of these muffins, and I am looking forward to taking these for my morning tea at work over the next week or so. Yum!